Hi Just installed one of these. Appears pretty decent. Maybe could do with being PWM compliant as well. This would then give you the option of either using the BIOS, or the Fanmate to control the fan speed. But.. Zalman's WEB site says the fixing to connect the fan to the backplate etc. is a screw type (even has a little interactive diagram to show this) but mine came with a sprung metal bracket that clips to either side of the plate. Appears firm enough, but the screw arrangement looks better. Wonder why they've changed it? If anyone out there has bought one of these from OcUk recently, what sort of 775 fixing came with it out of interest? One disadvantage of the clip arrangement, is that on a smaller mobo like the GA-P35-DS3L, it fouls the firm RAM socket. Meaning you have to move the two RAM stick over into the outer sockets. No problem I suppose if you only have two. Think I shall write a review and mention this, as it might be a problem for someone.